Minooka High preparing deficit-reduction plan
Details yet to be determined, but discussions are beginning
MINOOKA — Minooka Community High School's Board of Education has started the process of developing a $2 million deficit-reduction plan.
What that means at this time hasn’t been determined. But board members began sharing thoughts and ideas in executive session following last night’s regular board meeting.
The drop in EAV over the last few years, resulting in less revenue for the district, increasing expenses typical to every school district and increasing enrollment are factors that could create a deficit spending situation, according to Superintendent Jim Colyott.
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